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July 28

In its latest report on Canada, the United Nations Human Rights Committee raises concerns on a wide range of issues, including missing and murdered aboriginal women, Bill C-51...

July 24

 

Canada has received just six applications for its pilot immigration program for millionaires, far fewer than for its investor class visa that was scrapped last year...

July 23

Surrey is a culturally diverse city with over 40% of the population foreign born. It receives more Government Assisted Refugees (GARs) than any other BC municipality. This rich...

July 21

It’s been 40 years since a 12-year-old Marianne Nguyen arrived in Canada without her parents and began adjusting to a completely different life. Now, she wants to help a...

July 19

The federal government has announced "stiff new consequences" for employers who break the rules when hiring foreign workers, but employers say the lack of an independent appeal...

July 17

BMO Wealth Management today released the results of a study on how New Canadians feel about their children's future in Canada, as well as their approaches to estate planning....

July 17

The stories of two families who left everything behind in Syria to chase a better life only to be part of the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War

Rezan Abdou...

July 15

Halfway through a federally funded program to assist immigrants and refugees in Surrey to better acclimatize to their new homes, the city wants to keep the momentum going after...

July 14

On July 13, Aileen Murphy, Senior Social Planner and a Contract Manager of the Surrey LIP and Olga Shcherbyna, Surrey LIP Coordinator provided an update on the progress of the...

July 12

In this blog posting, journalist Tara Carmen of the Vancouver Sun discusses the challenges in accessing immigration statistics. Below is an excerpt from Tara's latest post:...

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